The obvious question - why choose to document my life and experiences and inner mind on the internet? - has a fairly simple answer: because I'm bored. I find myself having far too much time on my hands and far too little to do with it.
The irony here, I suppose, is all of this free time leaves little time for activities which may merit actual blog material. Luckily enough, I - and knowing the internet I am by no means the only person afflicted with this - live almost exclusively inside my own head.
Note also that having too much free time does not exclude one from having meaningful or thought-provoking experiences; I find that, to the contrary, the internet provides me with constant fodder for thought and, generally, head-shaking bemusement.
Why should you be interested in anything I have to say, you may ask. Why is anyone interested in anything?
I don't presume to have the answer to this question, in fact I often wonder what makes blogging so popular; what it is about other people's lives that brings us to read about, with wide-eyed fascination, the things that we find boring about our own lives.
Perhaps we want to be reminded, on occasion, that there are people out there in the world thinking thoughts like the thoughts that we're thinking, having experiences similar to the experiences we have, dreaming and hoping about the same things we dream and hope about.
Maybe we're all just looking to find people more messed up than we are.
Whatever the case, I hope you find what you're looking for, be it here or elsewhere.